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IS CENTRAL R R
MO JftAXB Of OAIS
HaOM GA1BO TO
a m i m ' i ' m a
OSf UAIHO TO
miiMiWi Hw fork.
Bettoa mm all piau eats.
JtMfTtUf, . . Hedlttn.
M. ran! aad kit polite north.
IhM I mm IB celt Btieet mot to
laataa, MH laUBIJ, l Ball.
Dobaqaa, Hiom ully,
e4 aU total aorthwaat.
Drawtac Boom Bleeping Ca
ub aii,jRigat Train.
Chetked to aU InporUal polnta.
JJiail i mm, oa oar too traeWit mhim b
- -- fthrtiahacil tha aanth.
. A. Mir an. Soa'l Mp'l. Oateaco.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OV T1MK.
FrntMUfW tratBt on tha llllnolt Central
tateage.aBM t-day. From and alter 2:10
p. m. te-ay tralat will run aa follow :
fcxpreat, daily ....0:15 a. in.
Mall, except Sunday .,..4:Wp.m.
Kxprces, .. 3:10 p. m.
Mall, dally except Sunday ..12.-00 nlgbt.
On tad altar Bunday, May as, an exctir
Job train will bo run each Sunday ou the
Cairo and Viuctnnct lallroad, between
Cairo aad Mound City, at tollowt :
Leave MM City. Arrive t Cairo.
I'M P.M. a&ftp.UI.
Leave Cain. Arrive at MM City.
0 a.m. 0:30 a.to.
p. a. MM p.m.
Faro for the round trio, flflr renu.
CBABUM O. Wood, Qen'l Ticket Ag't.
ATAO. AB.KANSAS AND TKTAt U It.
Oa aad after Monday, June 9, 1173, train
will run dally, except Sunday, between
GreeBfltld'a laneHiw aad Hlkeaton. Hcott
ewuaty, Mlkfotul. aa jollowi t
AMY Oreeaaeld'e 10i00 b.bi. and 6:90 p.m.
Arrive " 9M " ' e.-i
CaarleitoB 10:40 " " 0:10
" Mkeatoa 7.10 p.m. o-O tf
OAIBOAHD VlUCItNNlCS RAILROAD
TntM mw leare Calra aad Mouad City aa
Lav Cairo. Lav Mouad City.
VMmm. .7:10 a.ra.
It aa. 1:40 p.m.
, e:15pja. 6:40
Cmaj. O. Wood, Qea'l Ticket Ag't.
JXB.0, AND VINOENBES RAlLUOAl)
Oa aad after Moaday, February 8, 1873,
tom ob law v nan v rauroau wiu run
are Cairo.. ....... bum
6:16 p. m. le.
Mouad CUtu 8:10
4 eaye Viacenaee. , , 7Kwa.m.
" MU Camel.. 8-22
oaml 9M '
Noma City.. Midi "
. Eldorado ...110
Mouad City.. 4:33 p. m.
7:00 a. m. le.
amnuMrg,... ... ow
inilfVBUViiit WiW I ttwJ til
OafcBOcUag at Vlaconaet with the lndl.
JBMUeMM ViaeeBae,Ohloaad MlutMlppI,
aadEraaavllla aad Crawfordvllle rallroadi;
UMt. Camel with the LoulivlUe and New
oJeaay alrllaof at Caml with the St. Louli
wi awumeawera i at nnmeinty uie Hprinif
laid aad UUaoia gouthtuum : at Eldorado
with tkt Stawaoetown
branch of the 1 1.
Lute aaa aoutae altera
mm mmwmnmwwmmnmtm i k wira niw l
ad Ohio raUroad traniferjioat, a
ra far MaaMUa. Mad Ulver. Vic
at Cairo with in
an aaa now unwin,
CM. O. Wood, Qea'l Tlcketg't.
LOCAL WEATME 8 REPORT.
V, 0. SttV 8M., UBtmTM'B OVVIOB, l
Caibo, Just 17, 1878, 10:11 p.m. J
Taamotaatar 71 degree.
Wlufl, catat, velocity 0 mllet per
Weatber, heavy rain.
MaxttBBM tmperatur lut 14 bonn, 69
MlalaMM Uaaparature, lut M court, 71
PmaUtag wiad tart Jlloura, iouth.
Total BaaaBtr of avllet wind travelled, lait
Edwim QabuMo, Obtervor,
UOOTL11 DOS'T BODDEH ME I
itt Bf MaBdlBger't fly extermlDttori,
Bbmwabt, Obtb a co.
Board n at the European bote),
inwvi mfiwwii imnc uuim ai
Mtaritaof fafperaaonth. MO-tf
,Ob OtrUlaa newt, between. Twentieth
taW'Twattty-antKraett, a twotory houie,
aix raeaw aM aaMnr kitchen. Apply at
OtWftl fcaial, or U U. F. Lyon, next door
Mh. K. I, Mara witaii l lafom her
late avt TMtMvael kmxt4pn tBtklag
JTkMWWtat awBi lMt4t'X aasber
Jpjki bb4 ctattM XCaaary,' Mat quality of
Wm, iu to, t4r, -tu. tot
-- -' - mt aa aatA"aaa'B tknimil.
roaALc. ., . s
flBgaa, a geed. M mw, ajtd ol
attttirari wU be 4d at w aad
b.bb4 FoumesU tH.
-1 m j v I &. A mm
Caatrai Yaaei. Beet dry in uie. 6-J2-t
Tie pUce to buy waB paper SO per cent.
cheaper than aajr other pUee In the city li
No, , Hereath atreet. Try It. II.Abls.
New Hock aad bo w atylei ol wallpaper
palnU. oil, window gtaee, etc., etc., at II. F.
Melgi' aew (tore, Waahlngtoa avenue and
Herenth atrect. Call and eee the latert
ttylee In wall paper before purcbaalnt; eUe
Stbtb Aksklwiht, tha barkeeper, ha
jpened a fine atloon ia Louli )3lattoau'e
sld itaad, where caa be found, at all
tlraee, Star aervlng hit cuitomert with
tha belt of drinkable. 11-23-tf
K. M. Ward lanowpiepartd to deliver the
belt of tawed and tpllthlrkury wood to any
part of the city. Alto all kin laof wood and
coal alwai on band. Leave ordera at lilt
onlce, corner Seventeenth ilreot and Com
aerctal avenue. 3-26 If.
Rav. J, 0. Oreon, tpeclal agent of
Green City Colony, Colorado, It In thlt
city and will remain until Monday even
ing. Be oOert tpeclal Inducoment to ox
eunlonlita. Call at Urlitol and Hlllwell't.
lloit Scotch ale, ttout porter, and olght
year old bourbon whlikey to bo found only
at the C'vital taloon, comer of Sixth ttroet
and Commercial avonue.
Stxaoai.a & Lank,
0.2a 1m 1'ropriotura,
.Notick It hereby given that I will pay
no billt for goodt told to any of the cm-
ployoa of Tub Cairo Bullbtin, oitber
or themiotvet or for the uie of tho odlco
unlike the lama aro furniibod on an order
ignoa uy jir. imrnett or tnyioir.
l'MO-ly Joiib II. Oiiirly.
IIoAnniNU ani Lodoino can be fur-
niihed to a tingle gontloman ; alio a llm
lUd numbor can bo accommodated with
day board. Ilouie, ploaiantly located on
Tenth ilreot betwoen Waililngtob and
Walnut. Mur. Vanokvs.stiii.
To avoid an attack of tho cholera, go to
Pat. FHzgorald'a lam ple-rootn, corner of
Fourteenth ilreot and commercial avenue,
and drink hit llenneiiy brandy. It It the
only ture proyentlve, and tbould be uicd
by everybody. O.'27-lw
Mb.Ubo. HTXtMnooaB, barber and hair
droiter, corner of Eighth itreet and Com
mercial av6ae,dMlrea to call tha attention
f tho bearded community to hit neatly ar
ranged taloon, and the fact that he it mat-
tor of hit profettlon In all itt brancbet.
lie hat bearded many a Hon In hit den, and
tail for more. tf.
A new hotel haa been!opened Inthe! large
houta located on tha corner ol Seventh
itreet and Waihlnxton avenue. It will bo
known aa Brown'a hotel, and proprlctored
by Mr. Brown, Whole reputation at a hotel-
keeper It well-known In tblt city. Tho
houta hat been thoroughly renovated and
refurnlihed, and It In every wty llriUcIaii.
The tablet aro at all timet furnlihed with
the beit the teaaon affordt, and tho charge
liberal, being only 91 tiO per day. Mr.
Brown aollclta aiA dcaervet a tharo ot tho
public patronage. Mill
Central Yoait at Bristol & Stllwell't.
Thlt It to mlorm the people of Cairo that
Iter. C. Imencliner, pailor of the (lumun
Lulbern church ol ihi city, hat oponud a
tchool wberelnfbth tho German and Kng-
llih languaxet will bo taught. If there aro
thoie among our American born cltlzcnt
who with to have their children learn lo
read, wrlto and ipeak tho tierman language,
they now have an opportunity to gratlly
that with. Kev. Uucrtchncr It. a thorough
Herman aud Engllt i scholar, and will tpare
no effort to maka the tchool of which ho la
principal a auccesi.
llT order Olllio llOAKD OK DlRECTOBH.
Haloon-keepen are heraby notified to
not give my hutband, Timothy Uuihon,
any Intoxicating llquort alcohollo or
malt. I will proaecute any and all taloon
keeper! who dlirogard thit notlco.
Cairo, III., Juno-30, 1873. i-J7 lw
Mr. Anna Lang on Klghtbatrcet, between
Commercial and Waahington avouuoa, h
)uit opened out a ttock of new and faahlon-
able millinery goodt. She bat one hundred
and fifty different ttyletof haU and bonucta,
beilde Urge aaaortment ol ribbont, flow-
era and notions ol all torU, all of which wll
bo told at the loweat priced.
Illinois Gentbal IUilboakCo., i
AaiMTt OrriCK, Caiko, June, 1(6 1873.
We will commence the salo of oxcur
lion tickets for the Fourth of July, on
Wednoiday, July 3, and will dUcontinuo
them on the avonlng of the Fourth.
Tickott good to return until the 5th, in
cluiive. Jauks JonnaoN, Agent.
Centaal Yeaat. Ten contt per 13 eakoi
WIU keep on month. 0-22-6.
All periont Indebted to ma on account
of tubtcription to Tax Daii.t Bulletin
ar hereby notified that on Saturday,
June 28th, I thall call upon all tuch per
iont who retlde above or north of Twelfth
tlraet, when I thall expoct to receive all
that It due me to that date; and on Mon
day, June 30tb, I thall call upon all thoao
residing touth of Twelth itreet, whan I
thall expect the tame front thtm. I am
required to tattle weekly for all the papiri
delivered by me Id the city, and In order
to do to mutt collect all that It due to mt.
4t W. F. 6chcckei.
A riNJC FRUIT FARM FOB SALE.
Situated on the Cairo and Vineennea
railroad, one-half mile from the depot at
Caledonia tUtloB, containing one hundred
ad flfty-lra aerei of the twit irult land
in Southern IUiaoU, oae hundred acre
uader cultivation, the balance n good
timber and well watered by never, falling
frtafe. Then to a frontage oa'the Ohio
titer of eae-kalf mile wlt,k good Undlng
fat wm4 jrBti BBd cesara! ihlBaiag kuil.
Baca. FmftNU for iroa aad coal good.
rwtU wmMbj b good kooM will e well
to Veok at tha Ue betVra ri4B
eJawMra. TbtIM 7 BaviN'
f-lT tw v. Hnut eH 9H, utm, Ui-
Be careful of whal go lulo ai well
a of what comet out of your mouth.
Southern hotel, No. 80, Ohio levco.
Day board, f I Co pnr weok.
flticnttAM Lvnux, propriutor.
The Kvanivlllo and Cairo packet! aro
doing only a modorato butlneis just now.
They will do belter after awhile.
The health officer has been ordered to
disinfect the tlime lake south of the cor-
rol, by the uta of coal tar.
Tho new il lowalk on Fifteenth ilreot
betweon Waahington avonuo and Poplar
street, is compietod. It I a good Job.
Both the Ohio and Mliiiiaippt rivers
are declining, and tho low wator anason
will toon bo here.
den. John A. McClornand pasted
through Cairo en route for .Mound City
the other day
Tho St. Louis and Memphis packo'i
are not getting rich ofTtheir present trade
They aro probably paying expenaot but
not making much money.
Tho ttonmor Jlui. KiakJr., It doing
as good a builnoaa in the Cairo and Pa
ducah trade as can bo expoclcd at thli
season of the year. Usually she comoi and
gooa with moderate trips.
Mrs. PurcHll, tho woman who was
suppoiod to havo been tun itruck on
Tliuraday ovonlng wlillo palling along
Waahington avonuo near Tenth atretti
wit much better liat nlgbt.
r'oriale a large amount of choice
fruit In tho orchard, conilating of peaclien
poarj apploa end qulncoi, on Cairo anil
Vinoonnei It. 11., olavon mllet from
Cairo. Enqulrti of J. ti. Uawkikh,
C27-2w Croat itreet.
It It mid that, on ono of the itonm-
boatt that arrived at tlita city a day or
two tlnco, tbero worn aovcntuon.paaion
gen whoao pocket! woru cut opon and tho
contonti extracted by tblovos. If this is
truo, there mutt havo boon an unsoplilitl
cnted lot of paiacngors on that boat.
Our polico maglitratos are not over
run with buslnoas juit now. Tho police
lorce of tho city la principally employed
abating tiuiiancos, When cool woathor
coinua again they will havo to makn up
for Init time.
Yciterdny morning whan thoitoamor
John Kyle wai noar New Madrid on her
way to thli city, ono of tho deck paiien
gen jumped overboard and watdrowned.
What Inducod the unfortunato mail to
commit tlio rath deed wlllpropably novor
Thero will be ft convention of the
frlenda ot the Cairo & lluntavlllu narrow
gauge railroad at lluntaville, Alabama, la
a vory tbort lime. Will Cairo bo ropre
tinted, or shall we pormlt Paducah to
steal our thunder without protest?
The stated teml-aiinual election i f
Aloxander lodge No. 224 I. O. O. F., wa
hold last Thursdny night, and resulted In
tho chotco of tho following ofllcert: A
Comlnge, N.O.; John 11. Boblnaon, V,
U.; F.B. Kent, B. 8.; V.,Uytlop, P. 8.
Cap'.. B. W. Dugan baa contracted lo
recover the machinery of tho Hollo i f
Pike, the iron ore from the bargo Mai d
Lowry, and the Iron tubmergod In tlo
Ohio at tblt city. A part of the fron sub
merged it in olghty foet of wator and tho
rait in forty feet of water. So aayi the
Thoro it contldoraMe complaint be.
cauio tho tidewalk on Walnut, botweon
Kighteonth nud Twentieth itreoti, Is noi
all put down to the now grade. Tho walk
has boon lowered In front of ono or two
lots botwoen tho streets conneotod, whllu
tho balance is loft high In tho air without
any means for passort by to got up or down
A pitltion praying fur tho pardon ot
(Ico. Wilton, toot to the ponltentinry from
thlt county, April term of the circuit
court, Is boiog circulated, at tho roqucii of
his wllo, through tho city. Wilson wa
drunk, and laid liis handi ou another per
son's clothes. Tho clothes stuck to thorn
until he got to where ho could soil thon
That ts all lie was guilty of. Ho wai
sentenced to imprlionmont for cno year.
"Grace roignt and mercy ondurcth
forevar," lay tho dovout Sleoper
TlUa muit bo consolatory uwi
to Mayor Wood. He may thereforo hope
to be agitin rostorod to the fnvor of tho
Irate Kill tor Davit, who stcurcd Wood's
election to the poaition he now honora
Davla will havo mercy on Wood aoon, and
diicontinuo ble crushing sarcasm.
The towboat Mary Alice, Capt. Daw.
son commanding, on her last trip from B.
Louli to Now Orloans, made tho run ii
four and a half days. She bad on board
and In tow, four thousand flvo hundrtd
tons of freight. Thit ! tald to bo tbi
beat time ever made by it towbont botwoti
tho polnti mentioned. Tho Alary Alice
came back carrying the flnoit pair o
borni on the rivet, and Capt. Dawson l
m happy as a "big lunflower."
"draco roignt," tayi the Rev. Logan
Sleeper. We bollovebim. The old roan
lellt the truth, and it may not bo per
tinent to remark that it U a little etrang
that a man of hit cloth ahould be to fully
potted on tuoh a tubjeot. At Slieper
lays, Grace relgnt. If law reigned, in
stead of Orace there would be less aolie.
lest rowdyliin and crimoy, at the corner ol
Commercial avenue and Fifth itroet. Out
Freih flih may or may not be un
healthy diet at at thit itason of the year,
and we are not dltpoied to lay that it
tbould be excluded from tale ia the city
at tblt time. But that rotten flab are un
bialtby we believe no one will dlipute.
That tuch hat been told at at leasf one of
the vegetable and flih stands of the city
within the lut day or two we have every
reason to believe. Uan't Mehuer, with
mi long nose, be tint to ictnt out thli
vender of rottan flih fleih 7
Tne mayor and city manual have
become very particular in regard to the
dunlin of the city. YeiUrday Chief
of Police Mcuaie tent one of hit long
noted elephaat-trunked policemen to
wars us that crumb of bread which bad
fallen la our back yrd mutt be instantly
removed, or aecdorlied aad ditlnlected.
I our rag we reeolred to do a Job that
would dallgM the bean of even Editor
DbtIi. Wa tired OuBbeat, tad Bide
Wade a article f yui-tleaaiai in a
BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNK 28, 1B78
li not.often ien ov'fi in Cairo. He iwept j
the yard with a ew broom very caremny
and then ctrpited It with roi-icnted
Thectrrlsgo of Lahr hti convinced
in thru the pop manufacturing builneii
it profitable. We want carrlago too,
and an debating how wo shall got It. "W
can do to by going Into the btnking or
tho pop buslnoM. Banking hat lome
cbarmi pop-maklng hi not, and pop
making has tome that banklna Uski.
On the wholo a ttntor makes hit montj,
eailer than the poppor makes bit pop, but
p p-maklng li mora Iterative than bank
ing. We therefore incline towards pop.
Up and down tie liberty poll, up and
down tho itepl, t' iU
money goos, P'P g" t"9 "eatle.
Yeterdy morning between two and
three o'clo.A 8rgont Cain and Policeman
Conant wMle noar the corner of Waib
Ington avonuo and Fourth ttreot, ran
croii "Tenno ice nill" and another well
known thiof. As soon at the thievos law
the offlcirt they "took to their heelt" nud
maJe for the levee, with the offlcers in hot
pursuit. At tbocornor of Fourth atroot
nd Ohio leveo tho thievos panod, ono go
ing towards the St. Cbarloa hotel and
l'oBnaisoo Bill" under the aidowalk noar
Parks' taloon. Sttrgent Cnlu followed the
ltior,and auccoodod In crfpiuring him j
but tiiii othtr one men pud. "Tunuoiaeo
Itlll" wai before Judge liroae aoverel day
ago, and aotitoncoil tllty day In the city
Jail, but tho city attorney gavo bun a atay
o.'uxocution on condition that ho would
leavo tbo citj and not return, llo waa
ihia muriilnc roturnod to the calabooio
Wiioro he will hnvo to aervo out tbo full
Tbo Kev. Mr.Sboroi ia like tho war
bono that I3nia thu battle from afar oil
nd nivi to thu trumnota: "Hal lint"
lie la only restrained by tbo poaco tioc
iriuua ul the liihlo, ho tayi, from allow.
int! Iila anitrv nalilolis tu ria. Wo wuuld
4dviso til in to not roitrain himself. Did
uot 1) iviil, tho man alter God'a own hearty
wnllup UolUth 7 didn't Bjlomon. bonina
ilia fathor't barn, give hla uolghbor' boy,
Jacob, a aound thraahlng? didn't Polar,
wbllo tbo bpoatlol wore on their way to
Antiocb, becoming offended by a remark
made by Luke, hit him from the shoulder
a hard knock blacking his oyo 7 didn't
Paul, on the occasion when tbo Jewellers
of Ephosu raisvd a row at a meeting ot
nis iu that city, use a club to good purpose?
and didn't tho Maitor himself tcourgo ti e
inonoy-cbangort 7 Kxamplet are abun
tantto juatlfy the persecuted Sliorea in
getting into a rago and ttriking right and
left. Tboy aro aa thick at blackborrlet in
aeaton or the bonet of dead cattle In the
Imrrnckiat any time.
Itoalth Ofllcor AVooton. who ia more
tlvo than ho it beautiful, thoroughly
diamfoctod tho city jail yesterday, tiling
coal tar, copperas, lime and Aro to do to.
If he bad dltvensod with all theotherdis-
inleetanU and uied fire until tho jail bad
bocomo aahea, he would havo dono a mora
off.ictlve dav't work then.he hat done for
yuan. But Wooton It not n haro, and
canuot Induce hlmielf to go to tho pent
tontlarv for tho nubllo cood, Thoao who
aro aware of tho aolfiakneaa of human na
ture will not be surprlsod by tuis ttnto
inont. Thoro ar vory fow.mon who will
immolate thimiolvet on tho altar of tho
publio good. Tho only two men In Cairo
who could be Inducod to do to are Davis
of the 'Sun' and the editor of Tux Bul
letin. Wo have already thus Immolatod
luraolf, and wo are pausing until Davit
shall do so also. Wo point him to the
city jail aud ask him for tbo publio good
to apply the torch and got, with all posal
tile dlapatrh, Into the penitentiary ai a
puniahmont for the patriotic arson.
Asorioua runaway occurred on Wash
ington avonue, oppoiite Tub Bullktix
utllue. The Ice cream push-cart hat be
come an institution of the city. The gen
loman who pushes It from place to place,
homing, In musical aoconts, "Ice Cream I
Ico Cream I" has always been rogarded as
gontle man. IIo bat heretofore ttood,
witbojt hitching, and hat even become
iccuitomod to tho nolte of thoo drAdtul
locomotlvot of tho I. 0.. and C. & V.
railroad monopolies. But yesterday, Juit
is ho got nppoilto The Bulletin ofllce
Mayor Wood and Editor Dvlt, who wero
friends in youth alat I that lies can po.
on truth I met and scowled at one
another. Uentlo as the puah-cart pusher
ia, tho angry look a of those two great
lUdlcal politicians was too much for him.
llo becamo uncontrolably alarmed and
parted to run away with hit cart at a
nreak-neck pace, llo dashed down tbo
tvenu until he ' got to Tanner's
ornor, whero the cart itruck a pott and
line of th wheel! wai broken into pieces
''bis accident teemed to alarm the pusher
till more, and bis bretk-neck pace b
camo more furious. In a moment the
ther wheel of the cart wit broken, the
bed tmashed, thi Ice croam and freeztr
o mixed with etch othtr that neither
"ou Id be diitingulahf J from the other.
A the alarmed puiher paued by Buder's
oorner, tne runaway tuoutea to uuuee,
Broit whO'Wtt standing there, "Stop me
Droit itopme. Issue an order of your
court and itop me, for Ood't take.' I'm
running away." Brois did It. He issue !
the drder and the runaway immediately
came to a dead halt, and It now rapidly
recovering. Nothing but Wood and Da
vit could have frightened blm to badly
bit he would hare runaway nothing In
tbt world ; end nothing but n order of
the county court could have ttopped him
tfter he got ttarttd nothing in the world.
W are happy to be enabltd to ttato that
no livet wtre lott or bonn ttriouny
-We have long pined, abubful flower
of worth, waiting our fragrance ob the
deiert air. Wa have found no oae to ap
preciate ui. Bouton and Shore, the two
mott Intellectual men in Egypt j and Pot
ter and Bradlty, the two belt looking men
In llllnoltj and Jack Winter and Bill
Hcott, the two most falreit and boitett men
n the world all Ibetedlttingulibed men,
itd tha cImim of which tbey ar tba
tllutteloui lypet, have filled, uatll Uie
momiBtfto appreelete ua. But mtritoaa
not blush loBguBteea. There It alweyi
.tome pertea who will tad It Mt, aad
truth hu long been familiar to our mind
with other trutht of like character, and
we have aoniequently beon ture that we
would be found out ly lone person, our
meritt extolled and our worth generally
acknowledged. Tbo time hat arrived for
our exhaltatlon. We havo heea found,
and who but Logan Sloeptr hat found tu I
A perioa at worthy at wo, could not,
it ttood to reason, bo found
by any Icia worthy person than our friend
Sleoper. Tho latent humor ol our charac
ter hu thrown Itt loftenfng light upon
tbo good old man, and ho teekt to rush to
our arms, a may be totm from hit com
munication in another column. That it
to lay, he teokt to ruih Into Shores' em
brace which It the tame thing. We are
DBPPri Btnd wbea we have tticeeded In
folding Shorot and Sleeper Into a loving
embrace, and rooking tlitm to ilcop,
mutlur, rocking thorn to Up, (iniagino
the ipoctactol) we thall pan in our
check! in the pleasure, and, becoming an
eternal tleopor, patt over to the thlolng
ihoro, and, with golden tllppir on our
felt, and a silver girdle round our waist,
aid a harp within our hand ah I we
shall live delightedly in the enjoyment of
toreetfulneat that on earth we wero
ever made miserable by tho
d fflcultles of our colored Baptist taints
tho etplantlons of a circuit clork lh'
peitiforout moanneii of the city council
tho atupldlty of the 'Sun' the noaing hab-
Ita of the amallri of the polico the abuie
of old-timn Democrat! tho iniolenco of
mnnopolloi the Jeort and icofl'a which pa
tiont morlt muit of the unwerthy tako
tho price of grocerici and, cbiefoat of all,
tho dreadful ttubbornneit and cutting
down propensity of the county court of
Alexundir county. To get rid of It will
compensate u for dying and loavo a bal
anc to thu credit of tho diaoaae which will
a'd ua In ihuQlingofl thit mortal coil,
LAKGE BALES AT THE PLANTERS'
Builnecs at the Plan ton' tobacco wero
home hat boon extraordinarily good dur
ing the two woekt juat cloied, The aalea
during that time amounted to upwarda of
one liundrod hogabeada, all of which waa
readily taken at good prlcei. Tbe follow
ing pricea were obtained for tbo grade of
tobacco named :
45 hhdi Lugt at i 8S8 30
48 ' Shipper'! at 18 6O0.O CO
13 ' Piebald at Ill C026 00
Of the whole number of hogiheads lold
tbore wore but two or throe rojectloni.
Tbe proprietor! of the Planter'! waro
house, Mesira Straughn andHinklo, are en,
orgotlo and enterpriting gentlemen, and
aro aura to lucceod ia building up a flrat
cltu trade in the tobacco buiineu In thli
city. Every one who hai had dcalingt
with tbem tpeakt,of them in the highest
termi of praise for their talr dealing and
courtesy In business matten. The Plant
er' a warohouto, under their management,
ia n success.
CAN'T BUDGE IT.
Samples of the Averlll Chemical Faint
havo been boiled, heated,- frozen and
p cklod in alkalies and acidl, and fumiga
ted with foul gases. It has been boiled
and then immediately placed on Ice ao aa
to freer.e wbatover water might have
been absorbed; it hai also been betted
and then plunged Into ice water, but with
out any sign of crncklng or toftoning
No other paint could stand these tests
Sold mixed in all colon ready for the
bruih, by N. E. Way A Co., general com.
million merchants, Sixth itroet, between
Washington and Commercial avenues.
N. B. Uao none but tho genuine Aver
lll. 6-2 1 tf
CELEBRATION AT HOME.
THE DELTA CITY FIRE COMPANY
IN THE LEaDI
Tho Dolta City Fir company are per-
f cting arrangement! fur a fitting celebra
tion of tha approaching national annivor
aary,"Arr?, in the eihj.
rvr makv'h tahk
Will be aupplied with vast awning and
arbor, aufllclent to ihleld at least tw
thouiaud people from tbe heat and iun
ihlne. Seat! will be provided, refreibmont
itandi erectod, and ample proviilon made
f tbo hundrodi who may deaire to join
t in dance.
Tbe Declaration of Independence will
be read, and two or more ihort and ap
propriate addrcnet delivered.
Swingt will be erected and varioui
meani of amusement to be provided for
the littte onei.
A night the park will be illumineted
by one hundred torcbei and lanterni, and
tbo amuiementt and exercitet of the day
will bo prolonged, under the protection ol
p-oper committee!. No charge for ad
mittance to tbe ground, and everybody u
cordially Inrittd to atttnd. The Invita
tion li, come one, come all, without money
nd without price I
FOR COLORADO UNTIL JULY 0.
Thoie contemplating a change of home
and business location, or wishing a good
investment, thould oall on Brlitol A StlN
well and learn the particular regarding
tbe Southwfitern colony of Colorado.
Thli colony to oa Platte river within 62
mllet of Denver, and 80 mllei of Greeley,
and will tooa be upon the railroad llnei.
You may have a lot in Green City for
25 if purohated before July 8, which
con.tltutet you a.member of tbe 8outh
waatarn colon, aad entitle! you to ipeelal
.i. r railroad traBaBorutloB. The fare
it very low uador ipecltl ooatractof tali
ooloay. Route by, way ,ef St.
Omaka,'Cheyeane aad aroetoj'. . .
e-ll-ev. J. 0. QagBW.flBylaj Agft.
Tweaty Svtiplkertoa tba Oelro, At.
. m r.... ..ii.. WaMl f ew
EBB w inn- " - a.a
DELIOATR BUT DKLIBERATK
OASTIOATION OF THE
Eoiion BuLLBTtw Dear Sir: 1 waa
raorettirred up in vindication of myttlf
by tbe promptingi of frlindi than by any
alarm I have ever yet ftlt within mytolf.
That you iemed to bo offondod with the
liberty taken, with your editorial! btaring
on the caio of Sborei voriut ilbe Bapllit
cburob, wat more the opinion of othtra
than of mytelf, as I lold you.
If I km mytelf a little tamed down, to
at to ahorton and modify conalderably tba
artidt I road yott, let it be tt down to
lobar reflection and your ptrional good
humor. But I appeal to your own good
sonio and ovorybody else whether tho in
ference It not the raoit natural in tbe
world, that aa the mil gnlty of T. J.
Shore! atrugglei for strong oxpiestlon, be
employe tho belt he can get that
certain expressions aro contrivance of his
rage and contempt, which find vent in
Pun Bulletin, such as "SloperlUt,"
"Devil Sleeper," "Sleeper' pall," "Slcep
or't council" "assault of Sleeptr'teoun
eilmen." "foldlnir the little tent" and
Tbe falie Idea may be useful lo him if
it can be fattened upon the public mind,
that I am bit enemy bent In purpoio on
hu destruction. But what in tbe and can
bo tho good to como of it, that tho Iniane
rage of thlt poor erratlo cruaturo ahould
bo bumorod even a little, you may leo, but
Thu falsities of the report published laU
Sunday nobody haa as jet cared to cor
rect. "SUepur had all his own way)'
"Sloeper said tbore muit bo a trial any.
how;" after apullul 'Mown In the mouth."
Now who flxtni all ihia so much to mil
Shorn? Why tho truth it that lu in
tuited tho two who took tbe mcago, and
did not allow it read to him. Tby re
turned and reported the fact. Tbe trial
then went on. and tho Httlo nolo from
Sboret was .handed in by a tmall bo;
away late In the alternoon.
That tho charge wore got up or pro
duced by Sleepor Is a statement that ia not
fair. A committee of tbe church ap
pointed to prepare tbe order of business,
and prttent the chargtt- three ot mem
are all living hero, and their work and
their namet aro in thn truo rtport. And
whoa guoating li all that about the llrat
day 'a proceedingi? You bad no reporter
ilmra tho llrat dav at all.
Nooody tella how I tried to modify the
charge, two of them, or pan. them. No
body tellt Tub Bulletin or lu readort
anything of thlt; whether I contrived
gainst the influence of uncoruln rumort
or advlaed to any tendernett in anything'
nobodv telle. Copies ot kind letter! I had
tani to Sboros lay on tbe table end wore
read, alio ipeclmeni of newtpapor tcandal
about gnat mon Buechor and Grant and
otberi that itemed to dliturb tbem little.
and to forth. (I havo tome of my cautioua
plcadingi in writing which will bo good
whan called for.
I am bit frUnd more truly and really
than are hit flattereri, or thoio who wink
at hii wickodneit, end care noth
log lor hla toul. I am pa
ttent with him. Ho iniultt me iu
the itreoti, and incitei otbort to do to,
He tlanders mo in tbo paper; he tolls Ilea
In serious moods to lerlotu persons, ol
paying money for mo, etc. I am patleul
with him. I pity him. I have from tbe
first restrained the, violence ot the abused
brethren, and they all know thit. There
was trouble with tbem before I saw tbem.
I did not cause it. I seek only to work
Tbe council as a body wero serious and
earnest and grieved, doing all with sor
row and reluctance. That tbey camo to
convict and depote st all ovontt, with
that Intent Irrespective of proof and fair
chance being given for dofenae,lt falalty.
If at much that can be made out of tbo
atatemont of Tux Bulletin, "know all
mon by their presenta," etc.
If it be not the propor church that hai
done thit if not done In a propor way, if
it be not a propor ciuncll, coming upon
proper call, and acting according .to the
gotpel, it it Mr. Shorei province to tbnw
It io, end ignoro all, or have it done bet
ter. He can go over the wholo proceed
ing! by a council more Impartial if he can
get one, and.revorio the wholo remit. By
the proper working of gospol law under
the administration of the true Baptist
church it is not an easy matter to destroy
a man totally. Grace relgnt, and mercy
But the belt that can be dono with any
sin, in any case and of every dogroe, is to
repent and renounce it, and amend tbo
life and take refuge In Christ.
Caibo, Juno 37. LooAir SLXxrxn.
EXCURSION TO DENVER. '
I.C. B. R. Co., AoxnT'eOrKice,
Caibo, June 15, 1878.
Tbe llllnolt Central railroad company
now offer round trip tlckett, Cairo to Den
v.ir, Colorado, and return, at a reduction
of thlrty-alx dollar! and fifty contt from
regular ratet. Ticketa good for ninety
davt Irom date, and will remain on tale at
Cairo until September 10, 1873. Tbeie
ticket! are lold on the tame conditioni itt
the excuralon ticket! from St. Louis, being
a ill!) greater reduction and taken In con
nection with St. Louli rttet makn the fare
between Cairo and St. Louli f 7 .60 includ
ing omnibui And btggage trantfer from
But St. Louli t o depou and from depoU
to Eait St. Louli and return. Como and
see tbe ticket at the llllnolt Central ticket
irfflne and get information. Eighty-two
dollari and fifty centt from Ctlro to Den
ver and return. Jamki Johkson,
We have la ttore and for tale tome of
Aia Worster A Co't, justly celebrated
tugar-cured htmt and breakfast bacon, at
fine at ever wat offered, injtklt market,
W lio keep teveral otberjgood1 brand
of mtat. Hallidat Bboi.'.
Obi deabl wage lor uie ehaep, ajk
a) IaX, Oo, Mo. ! Ohio
Summer Attention to the
trade Having a largo selec
tion of handsomo wliito goods
vory cheap, Batiste do valcn-
ciennis,. plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
stripod and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great van-
ctics and patterns ; Nanunoks
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; cm
broidorois in larco assort
ments : wliito trimmings in
large assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
havo in store a very complete,
largo and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
P. S. Please call, no trou
ble to show goods. 0-28 tf
Eocicth of July. ,
PARADE AND PICNIC
Hibernian Fire Company
NO. 4 OF CAIRO. 1I.U
Cordially Invitee the pabllo generally to join
them in celebrating that gloiiout day. A
irrand time it expected and all nccca'ary
arrangement, looking lothe comfort and
enjoyment of tha participant, have been
perfected. The celebration of tho day Tf 111
commcuco with a
Headed by the
DELTA CITY CORNRT BAND
In which the wholo Urn department bat
been Invited to participate. After the pa
rade thoao deairout of attending the picnic,
which will be held In the
GROVES OF KENTUCKY
Oppotlto the city, will Ond the new, power
ful and commodious ferryboat
At tbo landing prepared to take them acroa.
Parent can take tbclr children and feel
perfectly aaloln doing ao, as tbe high cattle
gutrda ot the new lerry makea It almnly
Imp alliln lor an accident to happen. Tho
boat It now, tatc and reliable.
A FINE DANCING FLOOR
Forty feet In width by fifty In length will he
laid on the ground, "no tawdutt," to that
thoao dealrfng to trip tho "light fantaitlc"
can do jo to their heart content
I'ror. Elaenberg' celebrated string band
will turnlau tbe innate for tbe occatlon.
Neceaaary refreshment will be on the
ground! In abundance Come everybody
and enjoy tbe holiday In good old picnic
tt)Io. The day't foatlvltlct will end with a
SOIIEBL'S HALL AND GARDEN
Fare, round trip on boat ....COct
Children with pr-nta free.
Admiaaton to ball, gentlemen, each. ...60 cU
. T. M.Lovbtt,
iibnky btiiut, v committee.
W. 11 stombb.
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Darant'g
A Coffee Sugar tor One Dol
lar ; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar fur One Dollar ; Best
three and one-half libs, Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Beat Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at Hiram Bixby.
HOTAI. M til. BTEAMEMB.
OAMRTiaa THE BNITISH BaAIM
Steam St n -Weekly Between
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
FtMeneen booked to London, OUsgow,
SUtet ( M Through Meet.
Tha atteBttoB Of WWOB WMtBg-tO Bead
toe 'rT.rr. their Wend, it called
S tJV met tacWtlea; offered by thta ele
ATrOllD.MORRia k OAMDIE